Is Lou Carpenter still alive?

Is Lou Carpenter still alive?

Lou Carpenter is a fictional character from the Australian soap opera Neighbours, played by Tom Oliver. He made his first screen appearance on 30 March 1988….

Lou Carpenter
Last appearance 2 December 2016
Introduced by Don Battye
Classification Former; regular

Who is Tom Oliver married to?

Lynn RainbowTom Oliver / Spouse (m. 1973)Lynn Carol Rainbow-Reid AM credited also as Lynne Rainbow, is an Australian-based former theatre and television actor who was educated at Ascham School, The Sorbonne and Dante Alighieri in Italy. Lynn was the daughter of Judge Alfred Rainbow and the granddaughter of Sir Benjamin Fuller a theatrical entrepreneur. Wikipedia

Where was Tom Oliver born?

Chandler’s Ford, United KingdomTom Oliver / Place of birthChandler’s Ford is a largely residential area and civil parish in the Borough of Eastleigh in Hampshire, England. It has a population of 21,436 in the 2011 UK Census. Wikipedia

Why did Harold strangle Paul?

A devastated Harold blames Paul for the loss of his family and he strangles him. Paul eventually forgives Harold, as he himself believes that his bad actions towards others led to the bomb being on the aeroplane.

Why was Tom Oliver shot?

At the time of the murder, the IRA released a statement claiming Mr Oliver was shot because he was a police informer. This was vehemently denied by his family, friends and gardaí. It has since been claimed he was murdered to protect the identity of the senior British Army agent within the IRA known as Stakeknife.

Who played Lou Carpenter in Neighbours?

Tom OliverLou Carpenter / Played by

Who is Tom Oliver nutrition?

Tom Oliver Fitness is an exclusive personal training provider to trusted global brands such as Quintessentially, Harrods, Greycoat Lumley and Edmiston Yachts. Tom Oliver Nutrition is the brand name for a new generation of premium food supplements.

Is Madge from Neighbours still alive?

Madge died on 6 April 2001 from terminal pancreatic cancer. Charleston reprised the role for the show’s 30th anniversary celebrations and returned on 4 March 2015.